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Eurobarometer 28     October-November 1987     ZA No.  1713

Relations with Third World Countries and Energy Problems

Special Topics:

  • Perception of the "Third World" and attitudes towards the aid to development  
  • Attitudes concerning energy problems and nuclear power
  • The young Europeans: education, employment, life, interests and knowledge of foreign languages
  • Organisational membership

Documents and Data:


  • Current archive dataset version / update: v1.1.0 (2012)
  • Errata:
    • Variable REGION for Great Britain / United Kingdom in EUROBAROMETER 5-10 and 16-31A: Should read "EAST MIDLANDS" instead of "NORTH MIDLANDS".
    • In variable V484 REGION for Great Britain / United Kingdom data for SCOTLAND and GREATER LONDON are exchanged. Contrary to the documentation, the cases for Scotland are coded 12 (n=95) and the cases for Greater London are coded 11 (n=90). [14.03.07]
    • Danish respondents who declared for political party "Venstre" (VOTE INTENTION) had been coded as falling into the missing value category during the raw data processing. The original coding has been made available by Danish Gallup via Danish Data Archives, and ZA recoded accordingly. Since April 1994, the ZA version of the ICPSR data set also contains the complete vote intention data for Denmark. The codebook documentation has been corrected for ZA deliveries after March 15, 1999. The assignment for the Danish party "Venstre" to the European Parliamentary group of the Liberals (code 5) in V493 has been corrected in the GESIS Data Archive data set release as of August 25, 2008.


  • Commission of the European Communities: Euro-Barometer 28. Brussels, December 1987.

  • Commission of the European Communities: Europeans and Development Aid in 1987. Brussels, March 1988.

  • Commission of the European Communities: Public Opinion in the European Community on Energy in 1987. Brussels, May 1988.

  • Commission of the European Communities: Young Europeans in 1987. Brussels, September 1988.